Simple physics (image)

Ragnor

Simple physics (image)
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 I started this project the other day. I rounded up the bottles and tossed em in the bucket. set it on a car in my yard and moved on to some other project and forgot them for a week. Then it rained and the bottles floated. They formed this pattern and I found it very interesting. This is field pressure mediation. To see the self organization pattern is interesting to me. I like that. It just appeared on it's own by tossing the parts together and leaving it in nature, LOL It greatly amuses me. It's just gravity and air pressure, just field pressure, right? Obviously it has nothing to do with electricity and magnetism.


Lynx

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Much like what nature has to offer, the famous spiral pattern.
Maybe there's something to learn from that, nature is one heck of a perpetuum mobile.


Cycle

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Quote from Ragnor on December 2nd, 2017, 11:10 PM
I started this project the other day. I rounded up the bottles and tossed em in the bucket. set it on a car in my yard and moved on to some other project and forgot them for a week. Then it rained and the bottles floated. They formed this pattern and I found it very interesting. This is field pressure mediation. To see the self organization pattern is interesting to me. I like that. It just appeared on it's own by tossing the parts together and leaving it in nature, LOL It greatly amuses me. It's just gravity and air pressure, just field pressure, right? Obviously it has nothing to do with electricity and magnetism.

That's called 'skewed divergent'... or it would be if the central bottle tapered inward toward its bottom. It's the same way nuclear reactors have their control rods arranged. It makes it less likely that any given control rod will stick, and if one does, it makes it less likely that any region in the fuel modules will have sufficient neutron flux to sustain criticality.

Apoc4lypse

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Everything is naturally spinning in motion, just have to tap into it somehow.